The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Department offers spatial data services through an array of systems, providing access to a wide variety of geographically referenced information.

GIS is a computer system capable of holding and using data describing places on the earth's surface. 

GIS doesn't hold maps or pictures - it holds a database.  The database concept is central to a GIS and is the main difference between a GIS and drafting or computer mapping systems, which can only produce a good graphic output.


Helpful Links

On Line Mapping 

Property Lookup Without Mapping 

County Council Districts Wall Map (PDF)

Map Request Form

Data Order Form